We’re Hiring! Opening for Sales Representative

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Sales Representative Duties
• Support Austin, Houston and DFW sales (home base in Austin or Houston)
• Maintain sales and customer service with existing on-premise accounts as well as development of new relationships
• Work with local distributors to increase brand awareness and achieve sales goals
• Plan and execute on- and off-premise accounts promotions as required (note: evenings; weekend festivals)
• Develop strategic outreach plans for targeted accounts
• Execute overall sales strategy and achieve sales goals
• Educate accounts on product offerings
• Manage allocations and forecast orders
• Maintaining familiarity with and keeping up with changes in the competitive landscape (ie, food and beer trends), products, business culture and competition

Job Requirements
• Must live in Austin or Houston
• 1-3 years of craft beer industry sales experience or other relevant sales
• Willingness to travel up to 50% of the time
• Highly motivated, self-starter who thrives in an entrepreneurial environment
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability to speak in front of large groups, conduct trainings/promotions
• Strong sense of urgency, proven ability to meet and exceed sales goals
• Knowledge of and passion for craft beer and the brewing industry
• Demonstrated ability to effectively manage customer relationships
• Must provide proof of valid State registration and automobile insurance
• Must provide proof of a clean driving record
• Able to lift 30-50 lbs with regularity

Competitive salary, bonus, car allowance, medical/dental, and other benefits are available.

Please send applications to

Position posted 12/3/2015. Will be removed from website once closed.

Austin 360’s 5 Texas barrel-aged brews worth seeking out

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Photo by Ralph Barrera / American-Statesman. Adelbert’s Brewery’s Tripel Treat is in stores now, so grab a bottle before they’re all gone.

Photo by Ralph Barrera / American-Statesman. Adelbert’s Brewery’s Tripel Treat is in stores now, so grab a bottle before they’re all gone.

In tomorrow’s Austin American-Statesman, I explore the barrel programs at local breweries and distilleries, which often rely on each other to continue their wood-aged projects by swapping barrels — hot commodities that can sometimes be hard to find. (The story is already online here.)

Sadly, I didn’t have room to include all of the barrel-aged brews that have resulted from area brewers’ efforts, but consider this list your starter guide to ones that you can find around town right now.

Adelbert’s Tripel Treat: Adelbert’s Brewery founder Scott Hovey likes to go beyond bourbon barrels when aging beers for the brewery’s Vintage series. Because they’re easier to procure than other barrels out there, “bourbon barrel aging has been overdone, so it’s nice to offer something unique to consumers,” he said.

That “unique” beer comes in the form of Tripel Treat, Adelbert’s Tripel B aged in Treaty Oak’s Barrel Reserve rum barrels. It clocks in at a boozy 11.7 percent ABV, which you’ll taste in Tripel Treat’s “exquisite balance of warming rum notes, soft coconut and smooth oak, with a surprisingly fruity nose,” according to the brewery. It’s a good way to learn how barrels influence the beers within them; as Hovey noted, “the rum barrels really made the vanilla notes pop in ways that other barrels don’t.”

Click here to get details on the other four beers here.

Alchemy of booze and barrels irresistible for local beverage makers

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Photo from Ralph Barrera of The Austin American-Statesman

Photo from Ralph Barrera of The Austin American-Statesman

For many who brew beer, distill spirits or ferment grapes into wine, barrels can be a crucial component — one that can transform the beverage from something already good to something downright magical.

Just ask Scott Hovey, the founder and brewmaster of Adelbert’s Brewery. He wanted a thriving barrel program to be a focal point of his North Austin brewery ever since stepping foot into Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Co. years ago and admiring the walls of barrels in the tasting room. But there and at his own brewery, barrels are far more than just a striking wooden backdrop…

Click here to read the full article from The Austin American-Statesman.

Halloween Craft Beer & Candy Pairings

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Craft beer and candy
Photo and post inspiration from TheBeeroness!

Halloween is coming! Here are our beer and candy pairings for a spooktacular time!

– Naked Nun w/ Orange Jelly Beans or Candy Corn
– Scratchin’ Hippo w/ Milk Chocolate Peanut Clusters
– Dancin’ Monks w/ Caramel Corn
– Black Rhino with Chocolate Covered Pretzels
– Philosophizer w/ Pinapple Jelly Beans
– Travelin’ Man w/ Sour Gummy Worms
– Flyin’ Monks w/ Peanut Brittle

A Guide to Beer & Parties

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A Guide to Beer and Parties

A Guide to Beer and Parties

This blog was inspired by a recent email we received from a lady named Michelle. She is planning a surprise 30th birthday party for her husband who is a big Flyin’ Monks fan. She wanted to know how many beers we suggested for a group of 20-30 and recommendations of styles to serve at the party. This seemed like a common issue others might run into when planning an event. Below are my recommendations for planning beer for your event!

How Much To Buy:
Each of our 750 ml bottle has 25.4 ounces in it and will serve approximately 2-3 people depending how large you pour. Personally, my husband and I can share a bomber between the two of us. Then again, we are big beer drinkers! When deciding how much to buy, work backwards from how many ounces you plan to server per person and calculate from there.
Questions to ask yourself:
– What type of glasses will you be using? A 20 oz pint glass will equal a larger pour per per compared to a 12 oz tulip.
– Will you be serving wine and/or hard liquor? If so, assume 20-30% won’t have beer.

What Beers to Serve:
In regards of styles to serve, I would have one lighter option (Naked Nun or Philosophizer), a hoppy one if you have IPA drinking friends (Travelin’ Man – formerly The Traveler) and a medium dark (Scratchin’ Hippo, Dancin’ Monks or Black Rhino). If you prefer a smaller selection, I’d lean towards Naked Nun and Scratchin’ Hippo due to their approachability if you aren’t sure how “beer nerdy” your friends are.

Make it Special:
If you’re having a party for a guy who loves a specific beer (Flyin’ Monks in this case), consider buying some bottles of that one for a group toast together!

Want to make it extra special for the birthday boy? Get a bottle signed! We’ve had people come by with bottles to have them signed by our brewers to give as special gifts. Please reach out before coming to schedule a time.

Where to Purchase:
Several retailers that carry our beer offer case price discounts and special ordering. Coordinate with them to get the best price!

Do you have a question you’d like to know about our beer, pairings, parties, etc? Send your questions to!

– Sarah


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